Thursday, July 16, 2009

Free Event in St. Louis Tonight on Fostering

Fostering-Saving one Pet at a Time
Thursday, July 16thTips and advice for animal rescue organizations and foster parents
Creve Coeur Community Center300 N. New Ballas RoadCreve Coeur
Registration: 6:30pm, program begins at 7pm
Presentations until 8:15pm, refreshments, then a Q&A panel until 9pm
Free and open to the public
Hope for the Animals DayAugust 16th, 2009 2-4pm
Join us at the 14th annual "Hope for the Animals Day" at the Sons of Rest Pavilion in Tower Grove Park. This event will feature $10 vaccinations for dogs & cats, $10 microchips for dogs & cats, city and county rabies certificates (call city or county health departments for prices), and dog nail trims-$3. All these items will be cash only.
Also available will be a "Blessing of the Animals", "Ask-a-Vet", information about low-cost spays & neuters, animal related vendors and information, and cold drinks and snacks. All dogs must be on a leash and all cats must be in a sturdy carrier).
Operation SPOT is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to eliminating the unnecessary euthanasia of dogs and cats in St. Louis and surrounding areas by providing free or low-cost say/neuter programs, along with public information on responsible pet guardianship. So far our programs have been able to spay/neuter over 18,000 dogs and cats.

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